Stamford, Texas: Big Millipede and Other Sculptures

Larger-than-life millipede and praying mantis, sculpted from junk metal by the mayor of the town.

E. Hamilton St., Stamford, TX
East of downtown, on the north side of Hwy 6/E. Hamilton St. just east of its intersection with S. Orient St. Across from the town park.
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Scrap metal millipede.

Big Millipede and Other Sculptures

Dinosaur, millipede, and a praying mantis across from Harmon Park. These sculptures were created by Johnny Anders, the third-generation owner of Anders Paint and Body, and also the mayor of the town.

[BCarman, 01/22/2017]

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